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you share with siri can be stored on apple servers for up to two years. not a problem if you just want to know where the nearest pharmacy is. but what if you want to know where the nearest bar is? or sex club? or you ask it jokingly or in earnest how to cheat on your taxes or your wife? apple insists it can't share that information with anyone, but that hasn't stopped the aclu from expressing serious concerns over its privacy practices. but besides the obvious and now all too familiar caveat that nothing is truly private anymore, there's a reason for skepticism about apple's insistence they'll guard your secret conversations with siri. last week the house passed a vote by a 288-127 vote. it's packaged as a national security bill that allows private companies like google and facebook, to share electronic information like your e-mails and chats, with the government. it has also earned the ire of the aclu. it enjoys bipartisan support and this appoi disappointingly the backing of a surprising number of republicans, one of whom, mike rogers, sponsored the bill and insisted it's not a surve
stocks is enticing for people who want to take money off the table. apple on tuesday, a lot of you have been asking me about apple and what will happen with apple shares, tuesday we will get apple results. a lot to digest this week. $333 million, that's an estimate of how much it dos shut down boston and surrounding suburbs on friday. $333 million. the losses will likely be short-term for companies. boston is a big company getting back to work this monday morning. the boston metropolitan area produces $325 billion worth of goods and services every year. a little less than a billion dollars a day. the ninth gdp in the country. friday everything just stopped. businesses closed. public transit shut down. 16 of the area's 35 colleges closed campuses. most of the taxis were off the roads. shopping centers were shut. while many people worked from home or had the day off, some workers were very busy. thousands of law enforcement officials, hospital workers, hotel workers. there was overtime. where you saw some companies shut down, other area there's was economic activity. dunkin' donuts locati
futures improving. the nasdaq is mossive territory. more corporate earnings on tap today including apple. apple is -- we're going to be watching for how many iphones and ipads it sold during the quarter. big question, has the rest of the tech industry caught up with apple? is the shine off the apple? sorry, i had to use that terrible little pun. but still be watching apple. and another big story for you, the list is out. and sorry to all of you newspaper reporters out there, you officially have the worst job in america. >> the worst job? >> the worst job in america. with the median income of about $36,000 a year. career cast does this study every year. the results are based on things like income, industry outlook, stress, physical demands. >> so not happiness? >> happiness is in there. here's the rest of the top five worst jobs. lumberjack is number two, followed by enlisted military personnel, actor, and oil rig worker. so the best jobs in america? the number one job in america according to career cast an actuary, make about 87 grand a year, biomedical engineers, software engineers, an
congress does something about it, unlikely they will given the mood up there right now. >>> apple by the way, is reporting its quarterly earning with very low expectations. dan is joining us now. what exactly is there problem? >> it's been incredibility to see the collapse of apple stock. it hasn't been trading this low since november of 2011. that was right after steve jobs died. we want to explore a couple of reasons why the stock is trading so much lower. when you look at the technology business, it is almost like the movie business. you have to unveil hit after hit. the stock exchange is maturing. most people who have cell phones have smart phones. competition has never been more intense. you look at amazon creating great products. we'll be watching the earnings and the guidance. wolf. >> we'll see what happens with apple. >>> coming up, a nike t-shirt with the words boston massacre stayed on sale for days after the bombings. we'll tell you what they're doing about that coming up. ♪ [ male announcer ] we don't just certify our pre-owned vehicles. we inspect, analyze and reco
. the bill has the backing of mayor michael bloomberg would make the big apple the first big city to set the new age limit. right now you have to be 18 to buy a pack of cigarettes. >> the dutch have an out of this world offer they will fly you to mars for free. there's a catch. there's a one-way ticket. 10,000 people have applied for the 2022 michigan. mars 1 wants to establish a permanent human colony on the red planet. what do you think? >> i will wait for the next one. you? >> with a return flight, i will wait. >> all right. the president promised only high income earners would see their taxes go up. in a new report says every income level would pay more. diane macedo has the number for us. >> while the president's budget would mainly raise taxes on those earning 200,000 dollars or more a year a study finds that in 2015 under his budget nearly all taxpayers would be paying more taxes. according to that study 86 percent of the increases would come from people earning 200,000 a year due largely to scaling back tax breaks and disproportionate tax breaks and minimum level of taxation for
got this picture from manhattan, kansas. the little apple, where there is snow on the ground. so what is going on? maria molina joins us with the forecast. i was in kansas two days ago. it was 30 something degrees. still winter there. >> yes, it is. temperatures still in the 30s across parts of kansas, including that city in the little apple, manhattan, kansas. they're looking at a current temperature at 32 degrees. you factor in a little breeze and you're talking wind chill temperatures across that area that are only in the teens and 20s. many of you waking up saying it's supposed to be spring out here. but it feels more like january. it feels like 12 in garden city in the state of kansas. looking at the radar, we have the snow coming down across parts of colorado, kansas and into southern areas of the state of nebraska. a number of winter weather advisories are in effect out here. this is the same storm that will actually be bringing in rain to areas currently dealing with river flooding across indiana, illinois, all the way down into parts of mississippi. otherwise temperatures eve
is just -- pretty damn radical and dramatic from net scape to yahoo! to google to facebook to apple. is apple up or is apple down. how are you guys doing? what's next for google? >> what's next is what's next for the last year, which is the shift to mobile. what we see every quarter in our business is we see more and more people moving to mobile phones and mobile tablets an moving away from personal commuters and macs. you see this in the industry. so the tools and techniques for mobility are just getting better. there's a whole new generation of companies and applications which are mobile first or mobile only you'll carry around. these application will make your life better. some will be from google, some will be from competitors. fact of the matter is we're all becoming much more reliant on these devices. >> isn't that remarkable. i'm sure you're 99% mobile, mr. space age whiz kid. but even i, at 50, i look at this thing now -- like it is the edsel. >> it's heavy. >> i never carry that on the plane. i've now got my ipad. we're playing with the surface as well. it is lighter, it ca
people in seconds, is that terrorism too? i think he's mixing apples and oranges and grapes. i'm not quite sure what he's saying here. >> some are saying the fact that they were muslim is not at all relevant. i don't agree. listen obviously tamerlan was influenced by his interpretation of fundamentalist islam right? on the other hand, what are you supposed to do about it. bob beckel said let's not allow student visas. there are 75,000 students that come in, only five ever linked to terrorist attacks. those are some pretty bad numbers if you want to disdiscriminate. what are you supposed to do with that knowledge? >> before we establish what we're to do to prevent future incidents like the boston bombing, we have to firmly establish whether this was a terror-related incident, or livinged to al-qaeda. once we establish that, then we'll be ail to determine what the appropriate response is. right now we're in this gray area where it looks like there may have been something of a loan wolf somewhat inspired by terror-related individuals or publications, so we have to first firmly est
congressman is making is not helpful in moving forward in a reasonable way. and it's an apples and oranges situation to say that somehow, you know, because we have these two losers who committed this heinous crime that, therefore, that casts dispersions on thousands of other people who are in this country and don't happen to have been natural born american citizens. that doesn't make them bad actors, bad people, or even any more likely to be suspicious as bad people. by the way, the bad guys, the obama administration has dramatically increased deportations as you know of the real criminals who we tend to be able to find and deport when necessary. >> mr. walsh? >> jonathan, these two guys, jonathan, these two guys weren't just losers. they were part of radical islam. they were radicalized. >> that's right. >> this is a threat we've known has existed for a number of years. >> it has nothing to do with the immigration bill. it's irrelevant. it's not being rushed through as you said. the bill has been pending for white a whi quite a while. >> jonathan, it's sophisticated mindsets like yours th
. i think we are talking apples and oranges here. >> we have a lot of confusion here. this is where i disagree with juan. cases going back to the civil war. the president has the authority to declare somebody an enemy combatant. all that means when you talk to them. anything they tell you in the context of intelligence gathering cannot be used against them in a court of flaw a criminal proceeding. that's what the constitution says is that you have a right not to be compelled to incriminate yourself in a criminal proceeding. intelligence gathering thing there are all sorts of ways where you wall off what you get from his intelligence gathering. not poison a criminal case and every lawyer that has looked at this has said they don't need a confession from this guy. they have so much evidence that the idea that somehow if he tells them something he might get off no one thinks that's a possibility. i think, you know, jane harman on here on sunday was sort of indicative on this is that there is a lot of confusion between military tribunals and enemy combatants. can you be enemy combatant an
to a pair of stories expected to be in the news ahead. starting with apple's earnings, its quarterly results are expected to shrink for the first time in a decade. decade. iphone sales are in a slump. shares have plunged 55% over the past six months. >>> can you remember life before youtube? the website turned 8 years old today. >> here we are, one of thealfants. >> this clip is the very first youtube video. that is the website cofounder at the san diego zoo. >> business partners sold to google for a whopping $1.65 billion. ♪ >> that is the most watched video on youtube. "gangnam style" with more than $1.5 billion views. >> youtube has become the number one source of viral videos, cat videos in particular like this post showing a cat playing with a vacuum cleaner. what is it about cats on youtube? i don't know. this is one of the most watched videos this week. >> you are watching cnn news room live. we will have more on the boston investigation. >> stay with cnn. [ tires screech ] [ beeping ] ♪ [ male announcer ] we don't just certify our pre-owned vehicles. we inspect, analyze and recon
with the other issues. the underlying immigration issues are much bigger and deeper than just those. >> apples and oranges, we'll see you in the coming days, thank you, that's all for now, i'm see you back at noon when i'm joined by my panel. until then, follow us on twitter at "now" with alex. "andrea mitchell reports" is next. [ female announcer ] from more efficient payments. ♪ to more efficient pick-ups. ♪ wireless is limitless. ♪ from tracking the bus. ♪ to tracking field conditions. ♪ wireless is limitless. ♪ hoo-hoo...hoo-hoo. hoo-hoo hoo. sir... i'll get it together i promise... heeheehee. jimmy: ronny, how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? ronny:i'd say happier than the pillsbury doughboy on his way to a baking convention. get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more.
. >>> apple shares are higher after hours, revenue and profits came in better than expected. however, the guidance was disappointing. >>> also bullish news on housing did help stocks today. new home sales rose 1.5% in march. reversing a steep decline in february. that is it from cnbc, first in business worldwide. back to "hardball." >>> welcome back to "hardball." in philadelphia, right now, the trial of an abortion doctor charged with the murder of babies, the prosecutorors say we born alive, is generating national headlines. of course, it was page 1 of today's "usa today" with the headline "gruesome testimony renews debate over abortion." i'm not sure about that, but it is is gruesome testimony. a grand jury report released in 2011 called the clinic a house of horrors. the bottom line remains this is a murder case. originally dr. kirmet was charged with seven counts of first-degree murder for killing babies that were allegedly born alive and viable. a judge threw out three of the seven murder charges. the judge did not explain his reasoning. reports indicated he did not hear suffic
report. also apple results come out after the closing bell one of the most sophisticated reports of this earnings season in part because the stock is down 30% over the past year. other events we're following this morning floodwaters rising in the midwest swallowing entire communities whole. next we're going to take you tloiv a town trying to save its homes. and then a 6-year-old boy, attacked by an alligator, and survives! >> the alligator -- and grabbed my arm and i couldn't get out. >> he and his father join us with the terrifying encounter. a? [ female announcer ] now there's new neutrogena® naturals acne cleanser. acne medicine from the wintergreen leaf treats breakouts. no parabens or harsh sulfates. for naturally clear skin. [ female announcer ] neutrogena® naturals. [ female announcer ] for everything your face has to face. face it with puffs ultra soft & strong. puffs has soft, air-fluffed pillows that are dermatologist tested to be gentle on your skin. face every day with puffs softness. face every day ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to l
area based apple will post earnings after the market closes. the commerce department announces morning that sales of new homes rebounded in march to the senate passed the sales pace in three years rising 1.5% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 417,000. that's still below the 700,000 pace considered healthy by most economists that is up 18.5% from a year ago. we will take it as a good sign. also following the latest whip bay area based on net flicks making headlines this morning. the company's decision to feature original programming on its internet video service appears to be pulling in more customers. in early february the company debuted a house of cards, a critically acclaimed series made exclusively for netflix. the move helped add to million u.s. subscribers during the first three months of the year. the company's stock surged 22% to $213 in overnight trading on that news. right now is at $216 a share. netflix saw losses this time last year, so this is a good week for netflix. >> tax-free shopping on the internet could be over under a bill making its way through the senate. t
the ball or we need to change the laws. go ahead, mark. >> apples and oranges. you know, terry didn't say anything that was untruthful. they did exactly what they were asked to do back in 2011. f.b.i. conducted the interviews. whatever level of interview and experience the agent was, he concluded there was no information that would go forward to pose a terrorist threat. that being said, we had the information and the reason to do the interview. there is an entire section in the patriot act for sharing intelligence with local law enforcement agencies. that is the first question. did boston pd know this information and know that this person was interviewed? answer is no. second, exactly where is the f.b.i. agent that did this interview? has he disappeared from the planet? is he in the boston office? was he involved in the task force? did he see the photographs? did he get involved in this at all? did he know there was a bombing? did he come forward and say i interviewed a guy in boston that is russians thought was a jihad radical. how many times did russia send a clue about a jihadist extre
airports again. from los angeles, with more than three-hour delays overnight, to denver, to the big apple. new york's three airports at one point averaging three-hour delays. >> a little frustrating, especially at 3:00, 4:00 in the morning. >> reporter: some of the delays were weather-related. among the three-hour delays, the new york to washington, d.c. shuttle. not to rub salt in anyone's wounds. but the train would have gotten them there faster. >> because of sequestration, the line to take off was over an hour long. >> reporter: the faa is blaming the delays on across-the-board budget cuts which, it says, forced it on to furlough 15,000 air traffic controllers and other workers and were spacing out flights in the name of safety. several hundred flights delayed, less than the agency's prediction of 6,700 daily flight delays. but transportation secretary ray lahood warns abc, we might see an airplane apocalypse yet. >> we did not take into account weather activities. these delays could get extended beyond the 60 to 90 minutes. >> reporter: late monday, i decided to investigate the delay
. the boston bruins and the big apple circus also have postponed tonight's events. good reasoning for that. let's get the latest now, brian todd joining us. you've taken a close look moment by moment as we await the start of the news conference with the latest from law enforcement authorities. give us a picture of what has happened here for our viewers in the united states and around the world. >> it's an incredible picture, wolf. for the past 16 plus hours this has been one of the most intense man hunts in american history but it was at the point a little more than 24 hours ago when law enforcement gave us the first clear visual images of these suspects that really seem to set it all in motion. the release of the images on thursday afternoon let the suspects know the feds were on to them. even if the authorities didn't know their names yet or where to find them. >> we consider them to be armed and extremely dangerous. >> reporter: around 10:00 p.m. that night it all began to unravel. the suspects allegedly robbed a convenience store outside of boston in cambridge near the famed massachusetts i
and it's quite remarkable to see. this is very much a story of apple pie and chevrolet neighborhood, today, after all that horrific violence that happened in the community, all that fear that happened in the community, they were shutdown, families are out. you see people walking their dogs, you see little kids setting up a lemonade stand, one little girl telling me she is going to take the proceeds from that stand and give them to victims of the bombing, real heartwarming stories, you see a lot of folks from the surrounding boston area who just wanted to come into watertown and see what was going on, even taking pictures. one lady had a good sense of humor about it on the street where the shootout happened early on friday, she goes, my car sustained bomb damage, my husband's sustained bullet damage. i hope that's covered by our insurer. there's a little lightness here and there on the serious side, over on franklin street exwhere the second suspect was ultimately found, craig, that is still very much an active crime scene. when we went over there we saw fbi investigators still combi
, , they apple, the day appoint thousands of people here in the united states. they are greek a. they are ben by immigrants. that is something which should be thinking about. >> i would hope so. the evidence is quite clear on the capacity of immigration. i havehe time remaining, you released this analysis to quell the immigration reform. it can boost the american economy by as much as 1% every year. or reduce the deficit by as much as support for a trillion dollars. -- as much as 1.5 trillion dollars. do you want to elaborate on that? >> i could say a couple of things. >> economic growth comes from growth in people and their growth and activity. immigration controls both sides of the labor force anson's immigrants tend to work more you get labor force growth. as you mentioned the of to give small businesses and doctors that raise productivity of those workers. and their benefits to the overall economic growth, thus raising productivity for the -- productivity. that -- i did not taylor that estimate to 2013, 2014, 2015. this bill will take some time to pass and commence. you want to think of t
nutritionally balanced by adding fresh carrots and apple slices and immediately realized they would not last more than a week. much less the months that the lunchables needs to stay either in the warehouses or the supermarket waiting for someone to buy it. and after, i mean, it became a huge hit. the first year it exceeded, i think it hit $218 million in sales. it was astounding. nobody had expected it to take off like that. they came up with other lunchables including pizza lunchables, hamburgers, hot dogs, all eaten cold by kids. and when they stopped to think about it, they realized that it wasn't the food that the kids were attracted to, it was the badge value, the status symbol of bringing this cute, adorable lunchables to the lunchroom, opening it up, and all your friends gathering around and seeing you put it together and eat it. so -- and they came up with this incredible marketing slogan hitting on that which is for kids, all day you've got to do what they say, but lunchtime is all yours. the marketing power as much as using salt, sugar, fat as ingredients is phenomenal in the indus
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